The cabinet has been designed for the protection against the risk to inhale toxic
powders and fumes; the Activa GP
cabinets allows to remove, yet in its
reduced sizes, the polluting substances
that are emitted during the different
Microflow α has been developed for bio-aerosol (eg.: fungal spores, bacterial cells, etc.) sampling. This type of sampling allows to verify and measure the presence of microorganism potentially harmful, in order to perform an exposure assessment, and identify the source of pollution to adopt a containment plan.
The cabinet has been designed for
the global protection of the operator, product and environment.
The biohazard cabinets in class II, A and B3 type are featured by the front opening window, entrance of the air from outside, vertical laminar flow air stream inside the chamber and an exhaust absolute HEPA filter is also present.
Vertical laminar flow Biohazard cabinet
Class II – A / B3 Type
With electric window
The cabinet has been designed for the protection
of the operator and the surrounding and external environment, by possible contaminations while handling harmful chemical substances coming from the working area. The cabinet has been proven to be very useful in departments where the operator is using substances like formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, or other substances particularly harmless for the same operator, like those which are used in pathologic anatomy, histology, autopsy and forensic medicine laboratories. The cabinet Black Activa offers the possibility to install, in addition to the principal activated carbon filter also another second “safety” carbon filter (Safety Carbon Filter) aiming to cut off potential escapes of fumes through the main used out filter
The cabinet has been designed for the global protection of the operator, product and
environment. The biohazard cabinets in class II,
type A and B3 are featured by the front opening window, entrance of the air from outside, vertical laminar flow sterile air stream in class 100
(Federal Standard norms) inside the chamber
through main absolute HEPA filter, primary filtration
via absolute HEPA filter under the worktop
and absolute HEPA filter to exhaust in the
environment or in the outside of the 30%
circulating area in the equipment.
The cabinet has been designed only for
the protection of the product and not
for the operator and/or environment.
The horizontal laminar flow cabinets
are featured by complete front opening,
drawing air from the outside (upper part)
towards the internal part of the cabinet
and an horizontal sterile air laminar flow
inside the working chamber generated by
an absolute HEPA filter and directed to
the operator. All the above gives warranty
to have class 100 sterility in the working
chamber, avoiding the introduction
of potentially contaminated ambient air.
The cabinet has been designed for the global protection of the operator, product and, when equipped with HEPA filter in exhaust, environment.
The cabinet FLOW ACTIVA - VF is a vertical laminar flow with partial air recycle (ca. 70%) via absolute HEPA filter and partial exhaust (30%) of the treated air, with protective air curtain for the operator through the entrance of the front opening, without crossing the worktop in order to avoid the contamination of the product.
The cabinet has been designed
for the protection of the operator
and environment by potential contaminations due to the handling
of toxic or harmful chemical
substances in the working area.
The MINI FLOW cabinet has been designed
and realized based on the criteria of the
typical vertical laminar flow cabinets,
but with reduced sizes. Its own smaller sizes
and the suitable wheeled floor support
(optional) allow the transfer between different working areas. The possibility to reduce manually the laminar vertical flow speed
makes the MINI FLOW cabinet particularly suitable to carry out weigting operations
under specific conditions.
The cabinet has been designed with a working
area which is hermetically sealed to guarantee the highest level of personal protection by biological risk.
The incoming air is crossing an HEPA filter and
then is exhausted totally through a double layer
of serial ULPA filters. The product, although handled
in a sterile environment, is indeed subject to risk
of contamination due to the turbulence of the
air flow inside the working area. The presence
of air turbulences does not suggest to use this
cabinet in case it is necessary to preserve
and guarantee the sterility of the product.